Originally Posted by Budgiebreeder11
If you breed a spangle, opaline, blue male to an albino female you would get...
100% blue chicks
50% normal males
50% spangle males
100% males split for albino
100% opaline females
50% spangle females
no albino females
You may get some other mutations if either of the birds are split them.
450% total!!! a really good percentage
LOL I guess I do break it down differently than you do but it seems to be easy to understand. And I'm assuming I was correct with the mutations?